October 13, 2022, 11:54am
'twas posted on Strava, and probably elsewhere that I haven’t seen yet - but not here.
If an actual Wahoo employee posts this and wants that to become the defacto, feel free to delete this.
Start the indoor season off with a new race series: The Le Col Alliance Racing League Presented by Wahoo X.
Hosted on Wahoo RGT, the league is made up of nine events split into three chapters and is open to every type of rider — whether you’re a seasoned ePro or a newcomer to virtual racing.
Round up your friends and start a team, or race as an individual, for your chance to win epic prizes from Le Col and Wahoo.
Ready to race? Chapter One starts Oct. 19.
Learn more and register:
October 13, 2022, 12:48pm
Looks good. Rider numbers in RGT races seem to be on the up, so should be a good turn out for these.
Well, IMO i think only for “prime time” events. RGT is suffering lack of events and especially users for different time zones than UTC +0
I am keen to race on RGT, but the times do not work at all - I live in NZ.
Yep they seem to be set up well for Europe/US east coast which doesn’t work so well for us. Zwift runs an NZ racing series, we could set up similar I guess
The second time’s link for Chapter 1 / Race 1 is a duplicate of the first time’s link.
Chapter 3 / Race 2 is labelled as Chapter 2.
It may be worth looking at the events put on by the Australian RGT FB group.
RGT Australia is about organised events run at times that suit you.
Create an event, post it here, if people want to join they can.
We are also trying to come up with regular week night ride, so...
By the way, do you know that some events that are not on RGT’s website can be viewed at
October 15, 2022, 8:24pm
RGT Australia host races on Monday nights, a more social/training ride on Tuesdays, team tim3 trials on Thursday and individual time trials over the weekend. Time slots may not be perfect for New Zealand. But worth looking at.
Rasio Races Down Under Tuesdays - RGTDb, which maybe could get some interest for us NZ/AU riders? Although times look very late for NZ :-/
There is no Category on the the race event; is this normal ? Is it an open (elite) event ?
October 18, 2022, 2:02pm
@Reynaldo_Lopez Yes it’s normal, no races in RGT have enforced categories yet.